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In America, toys are us

"In America, toys are us" Continued...

Issue: "Daniel of the Year 1998," Dec. 5, 1998

Beanie market analysts are starting to panic, in language every bit as apocalyptic as global depression prophets. "The ship is sinking," warns Harry Rinker, author of Official Guide to Collectibles. "If you have Beanie Babies, unload them. Sell them anywhere, on the 'Net, at garage sales. There's a three-month window of escape. After that, buy a crying towel."

Or, you could let your kids play with them.

Gene Edward Veith
Gene Edward Veith

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